PhD student wins American Psychology-Law Society prize

Posted on 16 February 2012

Annelies Vredeveldt, a PhD student in the Department of Psychology, has won 1st prize in a competition conducted by the American Psychology-Law Society for her dissertation. 

Her dissertation was titled “The benefits of eye-closure on eyewitness memory,” investigated, in a series of five studies, the extent to which the “eye-closure” effect impacts eyewitness memory.